6 things to do this weekend in London
With this being the first weekend of the meteorological start of summer and sunny weather predicted for Sunday, we have put together a little list of 6 things to do this weekend in London.
1: Late at Tate
Bring your friends, check out an amazing mix of artworks, have a drink and a bite to eat. It’s free to get in, a great atmosphere with a relaxed immersive mix of sound and visuals, hands-on making activities and intriguing discussion all curated exclusively by 15−25 year olds from Tate Collective London. If you miss this Friday’s (June 3) event, you will have to wait until the first Friday of August to experience it. For more information click here.
2: Hampton Court Maze
The Maze at Hampton Court was designed by George London and Henry Wise and commissioned around 1700 by William III. Originally planted using hornbeam and later replanted using yew, the Hampton Court Maze covers a third of an acre, is trapezoid in shape and is the UK’s oldest surviving hedge maze. For tickets and more information click here.
3: London Bridge City Summer Festival
London Bridge City is hosting London’s largest free festival, transforming the iconic riverside location into a summer haven and a hub of not-to-be-missed live entertainment, food and drink all summer long from Tower Bridge to London Bridge. The festival runs from 1 June – 31 October 2016 and is free to enter. For more information click here.
4: Fun Day: The Festival of Fun, Fairytales & Fables
Come as your favorite storybook character and immerse yourself in a land of make believe. Become a knight or meet a unicorn, the shyest of mythical beasts. Join a band of pirates or enjoy one of our many activities including the welcome return of the majestic birds of prey. Come rain or shine share a day of family fun in the beautiful grounds of Strawberry Hill. Free entry, some activities will be charged.
For more information click here.
5: Spitalfields Summer Music Festival
This summer they’re bringing extraordinary music to unexpected places, from museums, cafés and churches to markets, gardens and cemeteries. Join them as the worlds of opera, folk, jazz, early, choral and contemporary collide to create memorable moments in the unique area of Spitalfields. For more information about the festival, click here.
6: Chestertons Polo in the Park
This year promises another terrific instalment of fierce polo, as well as off-field entertainment and world-class hospitality, all located on the historic fields of Hurlingham Park in leafy Fulham. Kicking off another summer sporting and social season in the capital, this event has become one of London’s greatest outdoor occasions. Get close to international polo players, riding some of the world’s best polo ponies, as they thunder across the turf. To find out more about times and activities, click here.